Call for Papers: “Argumentation and Speech Acts”

Call for Papers: “Argumentation and Speech Acts”

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ARGUMENTATION AND SPEECH ACTS Monographic issue in Informal Logic: call for papers. RESEARCH GROUP ActArg SCIENTIFIC UNIT OF EXCELLENCE FiloLab-ugr Department of Philosophy I, University of Granada, Spain. Topic: Argumentation theorists find it natural to speak of acts of arguing and speech-acts of arguing. An account of argumentation as a speech-act is meant to be of help, if not fundamental, for the analysis and appraisal of argumentative discourse and dialogue, which is argumentation theory’s main goal. Besides, as van Eemeren and Grootendorst (1984) pointed out, characterizing argumentation as a speech-act enables us to make sense of it as conducive to certain perlocutionary effects, such as persuading an addressee or audience or resolving a difference of opinion. However, that argumentation is a type of illocution is far from mainstream and linguistic…
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